- Priyanka shared a video of the track Tinka Tinka on social media
- “Hindi movies use playback singers for many actors,” she wrote
- “When this track was launched, most thought it was me,” she added
Priyanka Chopra took us again in time on Thursday night (Friday morning in India) after she shared a throwback video from the 2005 movie Karam. The video is definitely of the movie’s monitor Tinka Tinka, which, quickly after its launch, turned tremendous hit and remains to be on the playlists of many people. Sharing the video, wherein she will be seen singing in what seems to be a membership, the actress remembered when the track was launched, folks thought that she sang it however it was one among her “favourite” singers Alisha Chinai, who “complimented” her tone. Introducing the idea of playback singing to her worldwide viewers, Priyanka began her submit like this: “Tinka Tinka is a track from one among my earlier movies Karam (Deed). It launched in 2005. For individuals who won’t know, Hindi movies use playback singers for many actors and I’ve had the fortune to have some superb singers lend their voices to my movies over time.”
“However when this track was launched, most thought it was me…However in reality, it was the voice of one among my favourite singers Alisha Chinai… she complemented my tone so nicely. Thanks Alisha!.. so this Thursday… #TBT,” she added. Karam was an action-thriller. It featured John Abraham and Priyanka Chopra as a pair. Directed by Sanjay F Gupta, the movie additionally starred Bharat Dabholkar, Vishwajeet Pradhan, Shiney Ahuja and Aanjjan Srivastav.
For the unversed, Priyanka Chopra was meant to sing Tinka Tinka in her personal voice however she could not resulting from a music deal for a global album. Priyanka and Alisha collaborated once more after eight years for the actress’ movie Krrish 3. Alisha, who’s best-known for her monitor Made In India, sang the track Dil Tu Hello Bataa within the Rakesh Roshan-directed movie.
Now, try Priyanka Chopra’s submit right here:
Aside from making it large within the Indian and worldwide movie industries; Priyanka Chopra has additionally proved herself as a superb singer. She made her singing debut with the worldwide single In My Metropolis in 2012 and later in 2013, launched her monitor Unique, which additionally featured Pitbull. In 2014, she debuted as a playback singer in Bollywood with the monitor Chaoro for the 2014 biopic Mary Kom, wherein she performed the lead position. Since then, Priyanka has sung a number of tracks, together with a duet with Farhan Akhtar for her 2015 movie Dil Dhadakne Do.